By Felicity Clarke, Senior Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - One of the most important Latin American artists of the twentieth century, Luis Felipe Noé has an extensive retrospective opening at the Museum of Modern Art this week. Featuring paintings from the beginnings of his career in the 1960s during times of political instability in Argentina up to last year's spectacular piece for the Venice Biennale.
The exhibition is an essential homage to an innovative and politically astute artist, writer and intellectual. Born in 1933 in Buenos Aires, No . . .